Possible candidate nuclei for chirality-parity quartet bands

  • The potential energy surfaces of the even-even 68-92Se, 112-150Ba, and 208-230Ra isotopes are calculated using the macroscopic-microscopic method in a multidimensional space {αλ,μ} including quadrupole (λ=2, μ=0, 2) and octupole (λ=3, μ=0, 1, 2, 3) degrees of freedom. The calculated results show that the even-even isotopes 92Se, 112,114,144-150Ba and 220-228Ra can exhibit the coexistence of triaxial and octupole deformations, thereby leading to simultaneous chiral and reflected symmetry breaking. Therefore, chirality-parity quartet bands are expected in these and their neighboring odd-A/odd-odd nuclei.
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Chen Liu, Shou-Yu Wang, Bin Qi and Hui Jia. Possible candidate nuclei for chirality-parity quartet bands[J]. Chinese Physics C, 2018, 42(7): 074105. doi: 10.1088/1674-1137/42/7/074105
Chen Liu, Shou-Yu Wang, Bin Qi and Hui Jia. Possible candidate nuclei for chirality-parity quartet bands[J]. Chinese Physics C, 2018, 42(7): 074105.  doi: 10.1088/1674-1137/42/7/074105 shu
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Possible candidate nuclei for chirality-parity quartet bands

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Abstract: The potential energy surfaces of the even-even 68-92Se, 112-150Ba, and 208-230Ra isotopes are calculated using the macroscopic-microscopic method in a multidimensional space {αλ,μ} including quadrupole (λ=2, μ=0, 2) and octupole (λ=3, μ=0, 1, 2, 3) degrees of freedom. The calculated results show that the even-even isotopes 92Se, 112,114,144-150Ba and 220-228Ra can exhibit the coexistence of triaxial and octupole deformations, thereby leading to simultaneous chiral and reflected symmetry breaking. Therefore, chirality-parity quartet bands are expected in these and their neighboring odd-A/odd-odd nuclei.

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